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Harry Reid: If Romney Wins, I'm Not Working With Him

AmericanLiberal Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 5:07 PM
Mitt's "bipartisan" argument is basically reducible to the fact legislative Democrats can be trusted not to send government spiraling over the abyss. Mitt is effectively saying "vote for us or else the House Republicans will bring down the country. " One cannot condone Reid's remarks, but the sheer bad faith of Republicans over the past four years, at a moment of extreme national peril, one that they played no small hand in creating, is frustrating and sad.
wdwrkr Wrote: Nov 03, 2012 10:05 AM
Hoe did the Repubs prevent the Dem-controlled senate from passing a budget????
pascagoulapappy Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 5:42 PM
Faith in the Democrats to do anything right is bad faith.
One for All Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 5:39 PM
"Repuplicans.... Played no small part"? Perhaps, yet that would mean the hypocritical Dems played the major part. There is no way the present elected Democrat members of Congress can get us away from the precipice. They have done nothing to improve the economy, nothing. They have been childish in all respects and have fortified their partisan actions with combative rhetoric.

If the Dems keep hold of the Senate and continue their infantile tantrums and not work with the House and the President to get America strong again, it will be on their political heads.
3104 Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 5:16 PM
The severe bad faith of Republicans over the past four years? The way the O adminstration and Dems pushed through Obamacare against the will of most Americans was the most despicable thing I've seen in my lifetime watching politics. And Pelosi carrying an oversized gavel -- arm in arm with some African American congressmen-- laughing at protesters on the Capital lawn in an obvious attempt to gin up a racial slur from the protesters. Despicable!!!!!

Earlier today when Mitt Romney made his closing argument in Wisconsin, he said he would work with Congress to get things done in Washington should he be elected and pointed out President Obama's track record of not doing so. Shortly after Romney's speech concluded, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, the guy who hasn't even introduced a budget in more than 2000 days, vowed not to work with Romney should he win next Tuesday.

Mitt Romney may be promising bipartisanship in his closing argument in the 2012 contest, but one of the Republican presidential nominee's harshest critics on...